About the Conference
The National Seminar proposes to identify and deliberate upon the following factors for a meaningful reconstruction of tribal culture under the influence of change in the process in the following aspects: Ethnicity, Language, Social Structure and Organization, Habitat, Livelihoods and Traditional Health Practices.
Tribal Populations, though recognized by different names, all of them primarily possess the same diagnostic features like unique cultural traits, strong territorial bonds, and dependency, ethnic identity, quick vulnerability and aloofness coupled with simple technology when compared with their technologically advanced neighbors.
- Identify crisis faced by the tribal populations and the consequent problems.
- The concerns of conservation of tribal cultures in the face of external influences that have a significant impact on lesser known tribal cultures and the role of Museums.
- Role of Language in tribal identity and language as a cultural vehicle.
- Structural and Organizational changes taking place in tribal societies.
- The relationship between natural habitat and tribal life in the light of habitat loss.
- Health seeking innovative behavior as a dimension of tribal aspiration.
Call for Papers
An abstract of 300 words highlighting the problem, methodology, theory, and findings have to be submitted. Research Papers submitted must be original and not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
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- Submission of Abstract: July 5
- Submission of Full Paper: July 20
- Seminar Dates: August 1-2
Phone Number: 0413 – 2655179
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